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Our Abitibi Dumpster has a permanent location on our parking pad off of Reading Road near the main building. Please drop off your junk mail, newspapers, magazines, and cereal boxes. The CGC gets a small amount of money for the weight of the paper, but more importantly, we can make a difference in the amount of space NOT used in a landfill.
For our 2011 Annual Report click here.
Green Learning Station Tours - last Saturday of the month (4/27, 5/25, 6/29, 7/27, 8/31, 9/28, 10/26): 10:00am - Growing Food in the City; 11:00am - Slowing Stormwater in the City
The OKI Regional Council of Governments is updating a strategic policy plan in southwest Ohio, northern Kentucky, and southeast Indiana, and they want to hear from you about your opinons. OKI’s original policy plan aimed to improve quality of life and service to the public in the region. Much has changed since the plan was adopted in 2005. With this update, OKI is re-visiting some strategic issues and considering others for the first time, and is inviting public feedback through a brief questionnaire that takes about 5 minutes to complete. The questionnaire can be found at www.howdowegrow.org and will be available until the end of the year.
The Civic Garden Center is an oasis in the city - eight beautifully landscaped acres open daily to visitors at no charge and located 2.5 miles from downtown Cincinnati. Volunteers donate their time to maintain the grounds, and they and others provide financial support to the organization that was founded in 1942. Find out more about us...
The Civic Garden Center provides education and information to individuals, schools, organizations and businesses through its Horticulture Helpline, library, classes, hands-on workshops, tours, special events and outreach programs.
Gardening is a great equalizer.
Demographic and cultural barriers are non existent because people digging, getting dirty and sharing nature's beauty look pretty much the same.
Come to a class to increase your knowledge or inspire creativity! Many new and long awaited topics are being offered... »more
Over 500 strong, our volunteers accomplish what seven full-time staff members would in one year... »more
The Helpline is a cooperative effort with the Ohio State Extension Office.
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